Hidden away in the mountains on the north coast of Dominican Republic is El Limon waterfall. The area of Salto El Limon is located in Samana near the beach town of Las Terreras.
We reached the waterfall, aka Cascada El Limon, by horseback in 40 minutes. There are multiple trails to reach the waterfall, by horse or hiking. Hiking tours and guided horse tours are available from several different companies. You can book online ahead of time, book with an agency in Las Terreras, or even drive out to the main road in Samana to negotiate directly with a tour company.
If you plan to swim in the river and at the base of the waterfall, wear your swim suit under tee shirt and fast drying shorts. The water is about 70 degrees F, and it feel refreshing after the final hike down the muddy, steep stairs.
Be sure to bring a small backpack for water, sunblock, and a towel if you decide to go swimming.
Our tour included fresh, leafy green salad, locally sourced fruit salad, fried chicken, pork, rice and beans.
Full planing details and more information at https://jentheredonethat.com/cascada-limon/
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